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# If x is postive, is x>3? 1) (x-1)^2 > 4 2) (x- 2)^2

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If x is postive, is x>3? 1) (x-1)^2 > 4 2) (x- 2)^2 [#permalink]

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If x is postive, is x>3?

1) (x-1)^2 > 4
2) (x- 2)^2 >9

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26 Dec 2008, 21:25
HG wrote:
If x is postive, is x>3?

1) (x-1)^2 > 4
2) (x- 2)^2 >9

1) (x-1)^2 > 4
x-1>2 or x-13 or x3
sufficient
2) (x- 2)^2 >9
x-2>3 or x-25 or x5 i.e x>3.
sufficient

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